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Kalb, Jon 12.09 DebugStr, the Modern Way
Kaldahl, Bradley 18.08 Macromedia Flash; Visual vs. Language-Based programming
Kane, Jeffrey B. 05.12 Assembly Language for the Rest of Us
09.05 AppleEvents 101
Karsh, Bill 10.04 A Sophisticate's Primer On Accurate Timing
10.08 Understanding the PowerPc Architecture
10.09 Understanding PowerPC Assembly
11.05 The Devil’s in the Details
Kasparian, Raffi 11.07 Programmer’s Challenge
Katz, Howard 03.08 How to Think in MacApp
Kauffman, Mark B. 06.09 TCL OOPs Introduction
09.05 NSort
Kawakami, John 11.02 Uniform Resource Locators
11.03 Uniform Resource Locators
11.04 Newsbits
11.04 Uniform Resource Locators
11.05 Uniform Resource Locators
11.06 Newsbits
11.06 Uniform Resource Locators
11.07 Newsbits
11.07 Uniform Resource Locators
11.08 Newsbits
11.08 Uniform Resource Locators
11.09 Newsbits
11.10 Newsbits
11.11 Newsbits
11.12 Newsbits
12.01 Newsbits
12.02 Newsbits
12.03 Newsbits
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12.06 Newsbits
12.07 Newsbits
12.08 Newsbits
Kawasaki, Guy 12.05 Getting the Most out of WWDC
Kelly, Dave 01.01 Alphabet Soup
01.02 Does Anybody Really Know What Date It Is?
01.03 Programming Menus
01.04 Light thru the Windows
01.05 Buttons and Edit fields
01.05 Professor Mac's Screen Pokes
01.06 The Clipboard
01.07 Memory Management in Tight Spaces
01.08 Printing Techniques 1
01.09 A Fat Bits Approach to Cursor Editing
01.10 Reading Paint Files
01.11 Printing Techniques for BASIC
01.12 Building a library routine to eject the disk
02.01 Scroll that Window in BASIC!
02.02 Asm Utility Speeds Screen Blanking
02.02 BASIC Does Regions (with CLR!)
02.04 Playing the Talking HangMan Game!
02.05 Softworks BASIC Shows Toolbox Flavor
02.06 Add Three New Libraries to your CLR ToolLib
02.07 ResEdit Creates Staged Alerts for BASIC
02.08 BASIC Wars - A First Look
02.09 Random Access Files
02.10 On Fonts and Cursors
02.11 Using the Segment Manager from BASIC
02.12 Introduction to Print Dialogs
03.01 Dialog Events in ZBASIC
03.02 BASIC Wars... the Sequel
03.03 The 3-D Math Package
03.04 Scrolling in ZBASIC
03.05 Windows with ResEdit
03.06 Text Edit from MS BASIC
03.07 Almost A Font Menu for PCMac BASIC
03.08 Using Resources with ZBASIC 4.0
03.09 Mixing Event Manager Calls with ZBASIC
03.10 Reading and Writing Disk Files
03.11 TextEdit Records from ZBASIC
03.12 Games for Teaching Children
04.01 Color and DragGrayRgn Explored
04.02 MultiFinder Friendly MacDraw Plotter
04.03 Updating Windows in BASIC
04.04 Color Mixer Creates Custom Colors
04.05 Quick and Dirty Data Conversion
04.06 Hierarchical Menus and Color Notes
04.07 True BASIC Plays the Simon Game
04.08 True BASIC and Prototyper Reviewed
04.09 Matrices in True BASIC
04.10 BASIC Wars and True Windows
04.11 System Snooping in MS QuickBASIC
04.12 QuickBASIC’s Statement Mover Fix
05.01 Time Retrieval and Storage Techniques
05.02 Zedcor Compiler 5.0
05.03 ADB Demo in ZBASIC 5.0 and LS Pascal 2.0
05.04 Pop Up Menus in True BASIC
05.05 User Log and Programming Tools
05.06 Help for HELP Software
05.07 Useful Routines For ZBASIC
05.08 Look At The PREC Resource
05.09 AppMaker and Prototyper
05.10 After Dark and S.P.A.M.M.
05.11 Dialoger Helps HyperCard
05.12 ScriptEdit and WindowTalk
06.01 DialogHandler Helps Dialogs
06.02 Serius89 and HyperBASIC
06.03 Prograph 1.2
06.04 Serius89 Updates and FREDITOR
06.05 QUED/M, Preditor, and Mactivator
06.06 Think Pascal 3.0
06.07 Function Junction
06.09 Aranda on the CASE
06.09 Resorcerer... the New Kid on the Block
06.11 The Hunk Manager and Word Solution
06.12 Absoft MacFORTRAN II
07.01 Prograph 2.0
07.02 The "Easy" Life
07.03 ScriptEdit and LifeGuard
07.04 Programmer's Assistants
07.05 IAC with UserLand's Toolkit
07.06 HyperCom: HC 2.0 Networking
07.07 ADDmotion
07.08 Developing Developers
07.09 CompileIt! 2.0!
07.10 StackRunner and Updates
07.11 MacWireFrame and Desktop Lawyer
08.01 FileGuard 2.7.01
08.01 Think Pascal 4.0 and Think Reference
08.02 DeeMaker for DeeManager
08.03 3 Ways to Make Launching Easier
08.03 Return of True BASIC
08.04 Help! 1.0 to the Rescue
09.05 Z…z…z…FutureBASIC
13.10 Software Test Automation
19.09 Automate your testing... with Eggplant
Kelly, Ingrid 13.06 The New PrGeneral Version Opcode
13.10 Using the GXGraphic Extension
13.11 Customizing Desktop Printer Util
13.11 LaserWriter Driver 8.5.1
13.12 LaserWriter 8.5.1 CopyBits Support
13.12 LaserWriter 8.5.1: PAPA Resource
Kenan, Kevin 13.02 Symantec Top 10
Kenner, David 09.12 Outlining the Art Class Tools Menu
12.02 Using OpenDoc With OFS
13.04 Extending OpenDoc with SOM
Kenner, Gerry H. 06.06 ANSI Library Code
09.02 Three Subclasses for Screen Input/Output
09.06 Think C Shell for XCMDs
09.07 XCMD's in Standalone Applications
09.12 Outlining the Art Class Tools Menu
12.02 Using OpenDoc With OFS
13.04 Extending OpenDoc with SOM
Kichline, Van 01.10 C Glue Routines for Filter Procs
Kiene, Steve 05.10 Writing INITs in Pascal
10.05 Thoughts From The Cornfield
10.06 Macintosh Drag And Drop
11.03 Tips and Tidbits
12.08 Mac OS 8 Checklist
15.04 A Chat With Steve Kiene
Kilbourn, Chris 17.04 Multihoming Your Network Using the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)
19.07 Review - Timbuktu Pro 6.0.3 for OS X Reviewed
19.11 Review: VisualRoute
19.12 Pursuing the Dream
20.02 Starting a Business
20.03 Starting a Business
Killion, Kevin 11.02 Dialog Box
Kilshaw, Terry 07.05 Prograph Primitives
08.01 Prograph 2.5
09.01 Pictorial button class in Prograph
10.03 A Review Of Prograph CPX 1.0
Kimpton, Tom 11.11 Tips and Tidbits
Kirk, Jacob 18.08 Macromedia Flash; Visual vs. Language-Based programming
Kiselyov, Oleg 13.05 Tips and Tidbits
Kishore, Sheel 03.10 Using Regions in Medicine with C
04.09 Fun With Regions- Part II
Kissell, Joe 24.08 Creating a Backup Policy
Kledzik, Nick 15.02 Universal Interfaces Today
Kleiman, Ruben 20.03 Eclipse IDE
Klingler, Dave 13.03 Apple's Purchase Of NeXT
13.05 What’s Inside OPENSTEP... Really?
Klingsporn, Steve 19.12 Writing Cocoa Applications in Java
Knaster, Scott 11.05 Making Magic
19.04 Mac OS X Programming Secrets
19.05 Mac OS X: Wading In
19.06 Mac OS X: Wading In Deeper
19.07 Panther and G5: The Future is Almost Now
19.08 Book Review: Mac OS X Hacks
19.10 Interface Builder Tips and Tricks
19.11 Building a System Preference Pane
19.12 Checking Out Kiosk Mode Features
20.01 Ship It! Distributing Your Software
20.02 Ship It! Distributing Your Software, Part 2
20.03 Your Attention, Please: Alerts and Sheets in Cocoa
20.04 Shell Game: Calling Shell Commands from Applications
20.05 Shell Game: Calling Shell Commands from Applications, Part 2
20.06 Screen Savers in Cocoa
20.11 ADHOC/MacHack: I Love the Nightlife
21.05 Fun With Quartz Composer
Kochhar, Shelly 15.05 CodeWarrior Goes RAD
Konechny, Kelly 15.07 Easy Web Ad Management
Koomey, Gregor 09.04 Metaprogramming Postscript
09.04 Postscript Programming Language
Korn, Peter 04.03 A Background Task for Measuring Load
Koscheka, Donald 04.06 XCMD CookBook
04.07 XCMD Corner
04.08 XCMD Cookbook: Sorting Routines
04.09 XCMD Import Text
04.10 XCMD Cookbook
04.11 XCMD Cookbook
05.01 XCMD Cookbook: HyperAppleTalk
05.02 XCMD Cookbook: HyperAppleTalk
05.04 XCMD Cookbook: HyperAppleTalk
05.05 XCMD Corner: XCMDs in Think C
05.06 XCMD Corner: XCMD Libraries
05.07 XCMD Corner: Sector Dumps
05.08 XCMD Corner: HFS Tree Climbing
05.09 Blessed Folder
05.10 XCMD Corner: CopyFile
05.11 XCMD Corner: Catalog XCMD
05.12 Look Into Networking
06.01 SANE Normalized
06.03 Inside Macintosh
06.04 Exploring NuBus Slots
06.05 CountADBs and Reality
06.06 More on Event Trapping
06.07 Printing XCMD
06.09 Charting The Resource Map
06.11 HyperCard 2.0
06.12 Windoids and HyperCard 2.0
07.01 Playing with Sound
07.02 External Windows
07.04 More on External Windows
Kosiur, Dave 03.04 AppleTalk: Fundamentals
Kraft, Karl 14.03 Rhapsody in Purple
Krathwohl, David 13.05 MacTech and develop Letter
Kratky, Sascha 14.11 Client/Server Development
Krishna, Sam 16.05 WebObjects 4 Everyone
16.07 The State of WebObjects
16.08 The Not-So-Infinite Loop: Request-Response in WebObjects
16.10 How to Build an EOModel (or look just like one)
16.12 EOKeyValueCoding
17.01 Finding Fault
Kruse, Kathy 12.03 A Dedication
Kuechmann, F.C. 13.12 Solving The Eight Queens Problem
14.03 Conway’s Game of Life
14.11 The Knight's Tour
15.11 Random Walk Generator
16.02 MacLarry
20.06 basic Cons BASIC
Kyle, Bruce D. 08.03 WWDC Report
 

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